EVANS, Mary Nicholas, ca. 1695-1769

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* '''Place of death:''' [[Quakers of Gwynedd|Gwynedd]], Pennsylvania<br/ >
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==Biography==
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Mary Nicholas was born around 1695 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Samuel and Margaret Nicholas.  Around 1725, she became a minister.  In 1736, she married [[EVANS, Owen, ca. 1687-1757|Owen Evans]] of [[Quakers of Gywnedd|Gwynedd]], Pennsylvania.  She lived for a while in 1760 with her married daughter in Philadelphia.  In 1767, she returned to [[Quakers of Gywnedd|Gwynedd]].
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Mary Nicholas was born around 1695 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Samuel and Margaret Nicholas.  Around 1725, she became a minister.  In 1736, she married [[EVANS, Owen, ca. 1687-1757|Owen Evans]] of Gwynedd, Pennsylvania.  She lived for a while in 1760 with her married daughter in Philadelphia.  In 1767, she returned to Gwynedd.
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Mary Nicholas Evans (ca. 1695 - May 20, 1769) was a Quaker minister from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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  • Name: Mary Nichols Evans
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  • Gender: F
  • Birth date: ca. 1695
  • Place of birth: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Nationality:
  • Spouse(s): Owen Evans (m. 1736)
  • Children:
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  • Branch:
  • Disowned date: --
  • Death date: 20 May 1769
  • Place of death: Gwynedd, Pennsylvania
  • Works by:

Biography

Mary Nicholas was born around 1695 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Samuel and Margaret Nicholas. Around 1725, she became a minister. In 1736, she married Owen Evans of Gwynedd, Pennsylvania. She lived for a while in 1760 with her married daughter in Philadelphia. In 1767, she returned to Gwynedd.

Sources

  • The Friend (Phila.), 35:91.
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